Focus on improving staff’s capacity maitained

REACH always encourages and creates motivation for employees in learning and improving skills to apply in work. REACH combines with international partners to open short-term skills training classes for the teachers and staff of the organization.

FB teachers from REACH centers gathered in Hue, Vietnam to collect evidence to prove their professional competence to obtain Chisholm’s Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) certificate. This is the premise activity for REACH teachers to guide their students of F&B class to gain this international certification in the future.

Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is an assessment process to evaluate a person’s skills, knowledge and experience gained through work skills and exposure to your industry, paid or unpaid experience and other community experience to meet industry standards. RPL can provide credit towards a nationally recognized Australian qualification and can often shorten the time required to complete a qualification and may not require any additional study.

This is the training activity of improving skills in using marketing tools for REACH staff. The class briefly introduces the most commonly used social media channels and some tips on how to use them effectively for the organization.

Besides, there is a course on effective use of Power Point Presentation tools for teachers and staff.

The course lasted for 3 weeks. The organization and the lecturers always try to encourage the staff to fully participate in the study and complete the exercises, below is one of the exercises of the staff after participating in the course.

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